The Secret World of Badgers | Wytham Woods

Badgers are the largest remaining carnivores in Britain, ghostly quiet, distinctively smelly, and built for one purpose: digging.
Over 30 years of research in Wytham Woods has shed light on the curious habits of these nocturnal bumblers, charted their family trees, and challenged the efficacy of controversial culling policies, bringing us closer to understanding these cautious set-dwellers than ever before. Featuring interviews with Christina Buesching, Chris Newman and David Macdonald from WildCRU.

Video made by Angel Sharp Media
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